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By the way, how did you access to Medscape.com? It asked me about personal information and other things.


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I dont think I ever mentioned anti Gay protests when I linked it,?

True, but remember I told you to provide a medical evidence to support your claim?
You said, "And no I do think that it can be fixed if researchee but LGBT doesnt let anyone research that you know? When those protests are held when a investigation is labelled anti-gay?"

Again, I don't see any good evidence that homosexuals could be fixed by genetic engineering.
And the U.S. government doesn't support GM research projects for humans.

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Regarding genetic engineering, this technology is widely concerned by critics.

They could eliminate diseases for for human embryos, but critics said it is not good idea.
 
Critics said ---
 One major concern is safety to a developing embryo — whether genetically modified human embryos would indeed produce healthy babies. But on a broader level, any changes made in the DNA of an embryo would be passed down for generations. That raises fears that any mistakes in the editing that inadvertently caused new diseases could become a permanent part of that family's genetic blueprint.

 Darnovsky and others also worry that modifying human DNA in an embryo could give rise to "designer babies." That's when parents pick and choose the traits of their children to try to make them smarter, taller, stronger or have other traits that make them seem superior. That's not yet technically possible. But critics fear scientists are already moving in that direction.

 The scenario is that you would have fertility clinics advertising to people who wanted to engineer their future children so that they could be presented as 'enhanced' — as biologically better than everyone else," Darnovsky says. "It's not a world we want to build. It's not a world we want to live in."
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 "If irresponsible scientists are not stopped, the world may soon be presented with a fait accompli of the first [genetically modified] baby," says David King, who heads the U.K-based group Human Genetics Alert. "We call on governments and international organizations to wake up and pass an immediate global ban on creating cloned or GM babies, before it is too late."

 Amato and others stress that their work is aimed at preventing terrible diseases, not creating genetically enhanced people. And they note that much more research is needed to confirm the technique is safe and effective before anyone tries to make a baby this way.

 But scientists hoping to continue the work in the U.S. face many regulatory obstacles. The National Institutes of Health will not fund any research involving human embryos (the new work was funded by Oregon Health & Science University). And the Food and Drug Administration is prohibited by Congress from considering any experiments that involve genetically modified human embryos.

 Nevertheless, the researchers say they're hopeful about continuing the work, perhaps in Britain. The United Kingdom has permitted genetic experiments involving human embryos forbidden in the United States.

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Brother, these researches were protested not because of anti-gay, but scientific concerns about human embryos.

Therefore, it doesn't really support your claim.

I have genetic diseases, but genetic engineering is probably a bad idea. Who knows. Maybe my body would develop me abnormally.



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I click the first link, Medscape.com, and it asked me to register this website.
It required me to put my personal name, location, and professional skill.

Any idea?

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The reason i mentioned MRSA is because it is quite abundant within the homosexual and LGBT community,

And no I do think that it can be fixed if researchee but LGBT doesnt let anyone research that you know? When those protests are held when a investigation is labelled anti-gay?

1. "Quite abundant"?
Again, you must provide me a medical evidence for supporting your statement. 

2. Give me a reliable source for genetic engineer. I'm not sure if you are making fabricationg or not.


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Anyone can get MRSA on their body from contact with an infected wound or by sharing personal items, such as towels or razors, that have touched infected skin. MRSA infection risk can be increased when a person is in activities or places that involve crowding, skin-to-skin contact, and shared equipment or supplies"
General Information | MRSA | CDC
https://www.cdc.gov › mrsa › community

And No,by Influence I dont mean sex

And those genetic disorders can be fixed by genetic engineering,rather than that, they choose to dress up,act and engage in sexual activity wwith the same gender until they get a gender change surgery?

First, your link that you provided doesn't support your claim. It's for general people, including heterosexuals, so there is no different between homosexuality and heterosexuality. For instance, if you take your friend's razor blaze for your beard, you might get a risk of MRSA. lol!

Second, where did you get the information about genetic disorder that could fix by genetic engineer?

No, it's impossible. It's more like a pseudoscientific surgery.

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Anyone can get MRSA on their body from contact with an infected wound or by sharing personal items, such as towels or razors, that have touched infected skin. MRSA infection risk can be increased when a person is in activities or places that involve crowding, skin-to-skin contact, and shared equipment or supplies"
General Information | MRSA | CDC
https://www.cdc.gov › mrsa › community

And No,by Influence I dont mean sex

And those genetic disorders can be fixed by genetic engineering,rather than that, they choose to dress up,act and engage in sexual activity wwith the same gender until they get a gender change surgery?

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New Muslims / Re: Senior German right wing politician revert to Islam
« on: April 05, 2018, 12:16:31 am »

 A politician from the nationalist Alternative for Germany party (AfD) who shocked colleagues by converting to Islam says he did so because he was unhappy with the church’s acceptance of gay marriage.

 Arthur Wagner made headlines around the world last week after it emerged that he had become a Muslim.

The AfD, which last year became the first nationalist party to win seats in the German parliament since the sixties, campaigns on an openly anti-Muslim platform. One of its elections slogans was “Islam has no place in Germany.”
     
 But to the dismay of party colleagues, Mr Wagner now says he wants to remain in the party and build bridges with between German Muslims and mainstream society.

 The 48-year-old, who has changed his name to Ahmad, initially refused to comment when his conversion became public last week.

 But he came forward in an interview to explain his decision in an interview with Bild newspaper.


 “One of the reasons was the way the church has changed, which I don’t understand any more,” Mr Wagner, who was previously a devout Christian and member of his local Protestant church said.

 “It’s their attitudes to the AfD, to gay marriage,” he said. He also said he was unhappy that Protestant pastors had taken part in a gay rights parade in Berlin. “With children there! That’s just not right,” he said.

 A German citizen of Russian heritage, Mr Wagner said he decided to convert to Islam as long ago as 2015, during a visit to the Russian city of Ufa, home to a large Muslim Tatar community.

 Remarkably, that means he was campaigning for the AfD’s anti-Muslim message for several years after deciding to become a Muslim.

 Mr Wagner has said he wants to stay in the AfD and build links with German Muslims.

 He converted last October but kept it secret at first because he didn’t know what to say to his party colleagues.

 He says he has received threatening letters since his conversion became public. “I get letters telling me to get out of Germany before I start making bombs,” he said.

 He resigned as deputy leader of a local AfD chapter in his home state of Brandenburg but says he wants to remain in the party.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01/31/far-right-afd-member-converted-islam-protest-gay-marriage-acceptance/

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Yes,but adoption isnt always the wiser method,for multiple reason
Influence,STDs can affect them,MRSA,etc can be passed down to them by even hugging their own parents.

It doesn't make sense. If a child hugging a gay parent, the child would get a risk of disease? Really?

Besides, homosexual parents cannot have sex with children under federal law, specifically child sex abuse. So, I don't hear a lot of cases that children getting diseases from homosexual parents, unless you give me a medical evidence.

Regarding transgender, I read several articles about transgenders in Pakistan about their experiences. Honestly, these transgenders men feel uncomfortable talking with men. It is possible that a human transgender has genetic disorder that causes to change gender.



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I think homosexual parents can adopt children instead.


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GENERAL TOPICS | BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: I need a break
« on: April 01, 2018, 07:41:27 am »
Zakir is not available. He's gone.


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I thought fool is an offensive term, according to Jesus said.

http://www.answering-christianity.com/pauls_blasphemy_against_god.htm


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The Rabbi presents its historical context. At the end of the video one would garner more knowledge that the verse was aimed at a specific group of Jews who broke the Sabbath. The Rabbi, acknowledges that Jews have been described in much harsher language in the Bible (Old Testament) ‘when they sin’.

In NT:
Luke 11
40You foolish people! Did not the one who made the outside make the inside also?
45 One of the experts in the law answered him, "Teacher, when you say these things, you insult us also."



Who said "You foolish people!"

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MuslimDue, I think he stopped responding after AhmadFarooq destroyed him.

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